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Why drive electric? Let’s count the ways

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 19, 2021 Contact: Josh Bean | 251-327-0901 | josh@dcwins.com Why drive electric? Let’s count the ways By Michael Staley | President, Alabama Clean Fuels Coalition Gasoline prices are on the rise again and this comes as no surprise to American motorists who, until recently, have only been able to select from …

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Drive Electric EVent Rescheduled for May 22nd. Come Join EV owners at Pepper Place!

One of the best ways to learn about electric vehicles involves talking to motorists who already drive one.   That’s exactly what’s available at the Drive Electric Earth Day in Birmingham on Saturday, May 22nd, at The Market at Pepper Place in Birmingham. Electric vehicle owners will be there from 8 a.m. until noon to …

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Alabama Economic Development Leaders Urge Legislature to Increase Investment in EV Charger Funding

Today, thirteen of Alabama’s leading economic development organizations wrote to Members of the Alabama Senate stressing the importance of additional state investment in EV charging infrastructure. Text of the letter is below and you can also download a PDF of the letter to Senator Albritton here. April 08, 2021 Senator Greg Albritton 11 South Union …

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Drive Electric Earth Day – Birmingham, AL Apr 24, 2021

Drive Electric Earth Day is a national campaign to share information about electric vehicles during April. In addition to being better for the environment, electric vehicles are more fun to drive, more convenient to fuel and less expensive to operate than gasoline vehicles. Attend the in-person EVent to kick the tires and ask owners of …

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$4.1 Million Available for EV Fast Charging Infrastructure

The ADECA Energy Division intends to issue awards totaling no more than $4,148,823.40. The purpose of this grant program is to fund projects to reduce levels of nitrogen oxides (NOx) within the state of Alabama by installing Electric Vehicle (EV) Direct Current Fast Charging (DCFC) Infrastructure on Alabama’s interstate corridors. The application deadline is March 31, 2021, …

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Just released – 2021 Fuel Economy Guide

DOE and EPA have released the 2021 Fuel Economy Guide.
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Mark Your Calendar! Nov 12th Free Electric School Bus Webinar

At our virtual site visit on November 12th you will learn why the Jouley electric school bus is such a "game changer" in the industry.
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Electric Vehicle First Responder Training Webinar

As a Professional First Responder Are You Prepared for the Growth of Electric Vehicles? As a Fire, Law Enforcement, Emergency Medical Services, Towing/Salvage Yard Professional are you fully ready to provide a life and property saving response in case of an accident involving electric vehicles (EVs)? Register Today EV First Responder Virtual Training September 9, …

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